1027 Ready to use prioritized Cybersecurity Incident Response requirements
This Kanban will help you plan and manage your Cybersecurity Incident Response roadmap.
How do you…
1. Objectively measure the level of security and business risk involved in a cybersecurity incident.
2. Evaluate evolving cyber threats and vulnerabilities in your risk assessment process for the technologies you use and the products and services you offer.
3. Test that your incident management processes work correctly.
4. Take advantage of threat intelligence information when responding to a security incident.
5. Quantify loss of an incident that has not occurred.
6. Identify what organization you should use to help you recover from a cybersecurity incident.
7. Know your containment system will really work.
8. Use your incident response planning for more than data breaches.
9. Adapt your crisis management capabilities to different types of cyber incidents.
10. Determine whether a cyber incident will pose a reputation risk to your organization.
Transform the data into actionable views for your organization: business data changes, so how you view it should be flexible. Create the perfect view that’s right for you.
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